“Westworld” star Thandie Newton said it was “very painful” to be excluded from Hollywood’s Time’s Up movement after years of speaking out against a casting director who sexually abused her. “When Time’s Up was put together, to not be invited to be a part of it, was very, very painful,” Newton told Australia’s Herald Sun newspaper. “It’s hard for me, as someone who has been talking about it for a long time. ... It’s lonely.” Newton talked about her experience with sexual abuse in an interview with W magazine in July 2016. She told the story to help others, she said in her interview with the Telegraph. Time’s Up, which started in 2017, has been a powerful initiative to fight sexual harassment and inequality. It’s been supported by many of Hollywood’s biggest names, including Emma Watson, Reese Witherspoon, Tracee Ellis Ross and Brie Larson.